After a week and half, the Warminster Police have finally released
the illegally seized SHARK laptop computer they physically pulled from
SHARK President Steve Hindi's hands. Unfortunately, the Warminster
Police are still holding SHARK's video camera.
Yes, we are talking Fourth
Amendment violations. Anybody know a good constitutional lawyer?
See the video the Warminster Police, District Attorney David
Heckler and Carlton Pools/Wing Pointe owner Joseph Solana, Jr., didn't
want the public to see
SHARK would like to thank our supporters for their phone calls and
e-mails to the Warminster Township to help put pressure on this issue.
SHARK would like to thank Intelligencer/PhillyBurbs/Courier Times
reporter Matt Coughlin for his exceptional media coverage of this
violent incident so the Warminster Police couldn't hide this from the
public. See Matt's latest coverage of this incident
SHARK would also like to thank Radio WHP 580 Talk Show Host Bob
Durgin for interviewing Steve on his show further exposing the gunman's
violent act and fourth amendment violations by the Warminster Police.
Special thanks to Bob Barker for making all of this possible
with his donation to SHARK to stop the Pennsylvania live pigeon shoots.
Crazed Lunatic Carlton Pools' Operations
Manager, Robert Olsen Pulling Gun on SHARK President Steve Hindi
Fourteen days after having a crazed lunatic pull a gun on SHARK
President Steve Hindi, the Warminster Police and District Attorney David
Heckler have not issued charges against him, nor arrest him.
Instead they have done everything they can do to protect him including
the illegal seizure of SHARK's computer and video cam in an effort to
hide the truth from the public.
What You Can Do:
Please contact Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett and politely
request an independent investigation into this violent gun incident and
attempted cover-up by the prosecuting authorities.
Governor Tom Corbett
225 Main Capitol Building
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17120
Phone: (717) 787-2500
Fax: (717) 772-8284
Email link to Governor's office